Soutenir les apprenants à la maison : conseils utiles pour les parents

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Nous comprenons que la transition soudaine vers l'école virtuelle s'accompagne d'un certain nombre de défis. S'assurer que le soutien et les ressources pour l'apprentissage à domicile de votre enfant sont intégrés dans votre environnement familial normal est la première étape pour garantir une transition en douceur.

Pour faciliter cette transition, nous avons énuméré ci-dessous quelques conseils pour prendre soin de soi. pendant ce temps pour soutenir au mieux l'apprentissage de votre enfant.

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1) N'oubliez pas de tendre la main aux autres.

You are not going through this alone. Reaching out to share ideas, concerns and frustrations can help you manage your own feelings and find new ways to support your child. Remember your child’s teachers, administrators and counselors are here for your questions or concerns as one large support network.

2) Créez une nouvelle routine.

A consistent routine creates a sense of order and reassurance in the face of uncertain circumstances. Try building your new routine around the hours put forward for Virtual School. Ensure your routine is achievable and that “less is more”. Allow room for flexibility and relaxation time for both you and your child.

3) Créez un espace d'apprentissage.

Un espace réservé au calme aidera votre enfant à passer plus facilement en mode d'apprentissage. Cela renforcera votre nouvelle routine et permettra de distinguer clairement le temps d'apprentissage du temps libre. Conseil important : évitez la chambre à coucher lorsque vous créez votre espace d'apprentissage !

4) Faites participer toute la famille !

This is a great time to bond and collaborate as a family. Older siblings can support younger siblings and parents can share responsibilities around their work schedules. For those fortunate enough to have family members nearby: assign them tasks as well! Learning at home is a great way of supporting your child’s learning in your home language. Encourage conversations about your child’s learning in both English and your home language to boost development of concepts.

5) Développer la conscience de soi.

As you navigate change, try to develop an awareness of your limits and those of your child. Take a few minutes each day to connect with yourself; ask yourself how you are feeling and whether you need support. Encourage your child to do the same. Open and honest communication with your child will help preempt any challenges in adapting to change.

6) Pardonnez-vous.

Many will experience temporary frustration and confusion as they manage the substantial amount of new information and unfamiliar routine associated with home learning. Forgive yourself for the inevitable mistakes that will be made along the way. Take each task as it comes and remember support is just a call away.

Pour obtenir d'autres conseils et ressources utiles sur l'apprentissage virtuel, veuillez consulter notre page site web.

Écrit par

École internationale de Bangkok (ISB)

International School Bangkok (ISB)

International School Bangkok (ISB) was founded in 1951 and is the oldest International School in Thailand. We are an independent, non-profit, co-educational day school, which serves a community of over 60 nationalities from Pre-Kindergarten through to Grade 12. ISB runs an accredited and challenging international curriculum driven by leading educational research and global best practice, incorporated into U.S. and International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma frameworks. Our students attend colleges and universities all over the world including the U.S., U.K., Canada, Europe, Thailand, Japan, Korea and Australia.